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Talent Management: Where We Need to Go

This webcast will highlight organizational needs for Talent Management (TM) success, case studies of best practices, and specific competencies required for human capital executives.

Recorded Webinar | July 2013 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Focus on Talent Management (Vol. 3, No. 2, 2013)

This publication is designed for the busy human capital executive who values selected and thoughtfully summarized article reviews of what is happening in the area of talent management.

Report | 17 pages | July 2013 | Amy Abel, Yolanda Lannquist | The Conference Board, Inc.

U.S. Salary Increase Budgets for 2014

U.S. salary increase budgets for 2013 will have a median increase of 3.00 percent, just like last year. Projections for 2014 are also 3.00 percent.

Report | 13 pages | June 2013 | Kevin Hallock, Judit Torok | The Conference Board, Inc.

Performance Management 3.0

Many organizations are dissatisfied with the traditional performance review paradigm (PM 1.0). While PM 2.0 is an improvement, it doesn’t recognize the need for horizontal and vertical integration that constitutes the ideal but nascent approach—PM 3.0.

Report | 24 pages | June 2013 | Joseph E. McCann | The Conference Board, Inc.

Job Satisfaction: 2013 Edition

Although most U.S. workers are still dissatisfied with their jobs overall, they are happier with some elements of the job than they were pre-recession. This improvement may mean a more engaged workforce is in the offing.

Report | 21 pages | June 2013 | Gad Levanon, Rebecca L. Ray, Thomas Rizzacasa | The Conference Board, Inc.

Better Together: Advancing Diversity & Inclusion through Analytics and Strategic Workforce Planning

Combining human capital analytics and strategic workforce planning best practices can inform and improve diversity and inclusion initiatives.

Report | 9 pages | June 2013 | Mary B. Young | The Conference Board, Inc.

Change 2013: The Art and Science of Leading Change

The most successful organizations innovate in products, processes, and services, and constantly look for ways to improve performance. In short, they are the most effective of their peers in managing change. Today’s challenges include global competition, volatile commodity prices and markets, and changing regulations. In this environment, change managers may need to redesign operations or processes; implement new technologies, such as social media, cloud computing, or big data; or just cut costs and increase efficiency. Dealing with these issues individually requires significant change management expertise. Now, however, the nature and speed of change mean that most change managers face more than one change at a time. These conference e-proceedings will help you learn how to deal with complex and multi-faceted changes simultaneously—perhaps the greatest change challenge of all. One of the most important and most difficult change management issues is people’s natural resistance to change. If you can’t overcome change resistance, you won’t be able to sustain the changes you make, and your organization won’t achieve its objectives. Often, organizations mandate innovation and change, but don’t appreciate the conditions needed to succeed, including trust, permission to fail, open communication, and clarity of vision.

Conference Recordings | June 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Strategic Leadership Development: Global Trends and Approaches

This report, which looks at current global practices in leadership development and analyzes the different approaches regionally, can help organizations implement leadership development initiatives that transform their leaders and yield maximum results.

Report | 36 pages | June 2013 | Amy Abel, Rebecca L. Ray, Ric Roi, Ph.D. | The Conference Board, Inc.

Fast Track: Accelerating the Leadership Development of High Potentials in Asia

In most Asian markets, a combination of demographics, education, and hyperinvestment means that companies across the continent are struggling to fill their management ranks.

Report | 56 pages | June 2013 | Rebecca L. Ray, Amy Abel, Nicholas Sutcliffe, Gary Schmidt, Ph.D., Ric Roi, Ph.D., Dr. Nandani Lynton | The Conference Board, Inc.

Best Practices in Workplace Wellness and Employee Health Webinar

Join us for a special 60-minute webinar with Karla Thorpe, Director of the Conference Board's Leadership and Human Resources Research division. The Best Practices in Workplace Wellness and Employee Health Webinar reviews Conference Board research and best practices on workplace health and wellness, including how to: Build mentally healthy workplaces Promote healthy active lifestyles through nutrition, smoking cessation, and fitness programs Manage absenteeism through effective disability management practices Make the business case for investments in workplace health and wellness

Recorded Webinar | May 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Helping Millenials Help You: Managing Your Young Workforce

By 2020, baby boomers and generation X will be far outnumbered by their millennial counterparts in the workplace, who will soon be in the same seats their managers now occupy. What are companies doing today to prepare these future leaders?

Report | 12 pages | May 2013 | Emily Huston | The Conference Board, Inc.

HR in 2013: The Best, The Middle, and the Top

The Conference Board of Canada is pleased to present The Talent Company in a webinar that looks at their new HR Pulse—a study designed to help leading business and HR professionals gain a better, more current view of today’s HR landscape. HR in 2013: The Best, the Middle, and the Top is a 60-minute session where Simon Parkin and Brian Boudreau share insights from a recent survey of over 500 HR practitioners and business leaders in Canada and abroad. Their presentation and the related discussion centres on three key questions: The Best—what are the companies with best-in-class departments doing differently? The Middle—what lessons should we learn from “troubled” middle-sized departments? The Top—why is leadership development languishing everywhere?

Recorded Webinar | May 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Aging Workforce Forum: Pensions, Performance, and the New Retirement

These conference e-proceedings feature the latest thinking on Canada's aging workforce and how pension innovators are transforming themselves to drive performance and competitiveness in a changing landscape.

Conference Recordings | May 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Skills and Abilities in High Demand in the US Labor Market

In this webcast, we present the types of skills and abilities for which demand has been growing the fastest over the last decade, both in the nation as a whole as well as specific industries. Finally, we discuss how these trends are likely to develop in the near future.

Recorded Webinar | May 2013 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Integrating Wellness Initiatives into Human Capital Strategy

The Conference Board is pleased to present a special webinar that explores methods that companies can use to better integrate wellness programs into their human capital strategy for maximized performance outcomes. Integrating Wellness Initiatives into Human Capital Strategy is a 60-minute webinar that explores methods to ensure wellness initiatives are better integrated within the larger human capital strategy of a company to produce maximum impact.

Recorded Webinar | May 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Focus on Strategic Workforce Planning (Vol. 3, No. 1, 2013)

This publication is designed for the busy human capital executive who values selected and thoughtfully summarized article reviews of what is happening in the area of strategic workforce planning.

Report | 16 pages | May 2013 | Emily Huston | The Conference Board, Inc.

Women in Leadership: Perceptions and Priorities for Change

This report explores the enablers of women’s advancement from four perspectives—attitudes about women in management, opportunities for advancement, women’s advancement motivation, and women’s leadership abilities—and provides recommendations.

Report | 41 pages | May 2013 | Donna Burnett Vachon, Carrie Lavis | The Conference Board of Canada

Nutrition in the Workplace

Based on a Conference Board of Canada survey, this briefing highlights data collected on workplace wellness programs, including reducing obesity, at 60 organizations in Canada.

Briefing | 14 pages | May 2013 | Louise Chenier | The Conference Board of Canada

In Conversation With—Stephen Diotte: Defining Success in the Eyes of the Business

This In Conversation With issue highlights MEG Energy’s Vice President of HR, IT, and Corporate Services Stephen Diotte. Diotte speaks about the importance of retention, leadership, and internal leadership development.

Executive Action Report | 3 pages | May 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Leadership Sustainability with Dave Ulrich

Join us for Leadership Sustainability with Dave Ulrich and hear a proven, powerful model that guarantees leadership success today, tomorrow—and well into the future.  This 60-minute recording with Business Week’s “#1 Management Educator and Guru” focuses on making your leadership efforts stick. Dave Ulrich says that “the ultimate test of HR and leadership is value created, or build on your strengths that strengthen others.

Recorded Webinar | April 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

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